Insolvency

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Scotland recorded 109 company insolvencies during the month of April, a 4% year-on-year decrease, according to The Insolvency Service. These included 48 compulsory liquidations, 59 creditors' voluntary liquidations (CVLs), and 2 administrations. This puts the overall insolvency rate in Scotland for

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Kellwood Engineering, a Dumfries-based precision machining and fabrication company trading for almost 40 years, has had to close its doors with the loss of 27 employees. The director of the company, James Maitland, has appointed Donald McKinnon of Wylie & Bisset, Accountants and Business Advisor

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Company insolvencies in Scotland have gone up 11% year-on-year, as 115 company insolvencies registered were registered during March 2024. This was comprised of 44 compulsory liquidations, 62 CVLs, and 9 administrations. There were no CVAs or receivership appointments.

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Scottish corporate insolvencies have decreased from 346 in Q4 2022-23 to 301 in Q4 2023-24, according to the latest insolvency data statistics from Accountant in Bankruptcy (AiB). This is a decrease of 13.0%. Over the same period, there were MVLs (members voluntary liquidations) were down to 94

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In January 2024 there were 88 company insolvencies registered in Scotland, 19% lower than the number in January 2023, according to The Insolvency Service. This was comprised of 34 compulsory liquidations, 46 CVLs, seven administrations and one CVA. There were no receivership appointments.

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In the third quarter of 2023-24, Scotland witnessed a notable rise in corporate insolvencies, with 292 cases reported – a 7.3% increase from the previous year's figures. David Alexander, head of debt recovery at Gilson Gray, commented: “The rise in corporate insolvencies in Scotland

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There were 108 company insolvencies registered in Scotland in December 2023, 5% lower than the number in December 2022, according to the latest official statistics. This was comprised of 40 compulsory liquidations, 65 CVLs and three administrations. There were no CVAs or receivership appointments.

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Glasgow-headquartered housebuilder Merchant Homes Partnerships has ceased trading, making 22 employees redundant. Established in 2007 by a highly experience team to provide quality housing, incorporating innovative design, the company is well known and respected in the construction industry, providi

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PwC has warned that nearly 30,000 businesses across the UK are set to fail next year, marking the highest corporate insolvency levels since 2004. The Big Four firm predicts a 15% surge in insolvencies over the next 12 months, with small businesses, particularly in catering and hotels, facing the gre

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Company insolvencies in Scotland have dropped 8% in November 2023 when compared to November 2022, according to the latest statistics published by the Insolvency Service. This November there were 109 company insolvencies registered in Scotland. This was comprised of 30 compulsory liquidations, 7

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The number of companies filing for administration in Scotland has jumped by over 20% year-on-year, as a sluggish economy, the cost-of-living crisis, high interest rates and ongoing geopolitical uncertainty continue to impact businesses across the country.

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